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Deus ex Mycelia
What does individual inner practice look like for pluralistic dividuals?
What kind of spirituality is appropriate the age of social, digital, neural and ecological webs?
Where does transcendence converge with the world of links, nodes and networks — which provide the lens through which we all now experience our realities?
What skills will allow us to build the living relationships we need to establish sacred community in the weird world of upheavals and uncanny juxtapositions that a massively interconnected informational civilization is bringing upon us?
If you think these questions are pointing toward some important terrain that needs to understand more deeply — then I’ve got a treat for you!
While I’m busy writing the next real Substack article (about egregores, mass formations, integral leadership & the recent “Respond” event that I attended at a monastery in Vermont to help birth a wisdom meta-curriculum with a handful of my favorite cognitive and spiritual luminaries) I thought I’d post a short note to make sure everyone knows about my upcoming course.
I’ve partnered with the Parallax Media Group in Europe to produce a second online course for their nascent Academy. I’m calling it Nonduality in the Network Age or The Separator is the Connector or Deus Ex Mycelia.
You get the idea?
Or do you?
For more information or to choose your level of participation click on one of these redundant links… and, while you’re at it, ask yourself what kind of existential ecology of practices is needed for a world characterized by links, gap junctions, interfaces, networks of networks, living webs, smart groups, collective sapience, interactivity & relationality.